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even knowing it. scott has the story. >> let's call him "steve." he agreed to talk with "teen kids news" about the supplements he uses to beef up. >> i started taking supplements when i was a senior in high school -- 12th grade. >> he's not unusual. it's estimated that more than 12 million middle- and high-school students are buying what are called "supplements." over several years of bodybuilding, steve has developed a regular regimen of several powders that he feels gives his body a boost. >> after i add the protein, i would add about a tablespoon of l-glutamine...which is supposed to increase muscle endurance. >> you can buy these things in stores, but that doesn't mean they're safe. >> sadly, that's not the case. why? because these drugs are -- these supplements are unregulated. well, what do i mean by that? there's no agency like the food and drug administration that's checking to see that what's on the label of the container is actually what's in the container. >> experts say that puts people like steve at the mercy of manufacturers...who cheat. >> young people are taking these, t
on the afternoon. from the culinary institute of america for "teen kids news," i'm steve. cheers. >> the internet has been crawling with reports of a spider about the size of a horse. in fact, here's a picture of what's being called the angolan witch spider. only thing is the photo is a fake. experts say someone took the image of an ordinary spider, enlarged it, and then pasted it over a photo of a house. and here's a comforting thought -- the experts say the type of lungs spiders have wouldn't allow spiders to grow to be more than about 10 or 12 inches long. i'll certainly sleep better knowing that. >> during the american revolution, lanterns were hung from a church window to signal that the british were on the move, but just who gave that signal is a mystery that you can help me solve. >> your opinion matters. that's why we call this segment "speak of the week." >> we wanted to know -- how safe do you feel america is from a terrorist attack? >> i feel that we've stepped up our security since 9/11 has happened, and we're more aware of what's going on now, so we have troops around to protect us,
10 minutes. from the culinary institute of america, for "teen kids news," i'm steve. mmm. >> coming up, we go to the circus, and i get to meet an elephant. >> who doesn't love the circus? alexa visited one that bills itself as having a lot of soul. >> [ vocalizing ] >> when you go to the circus, you expect to see acrobats, wild animals, and other incredible acts from faraway countries. as zeke explained to me, the universoul circus certainly has all that. >> we bring different people from china. we bring them from africa. we bring them from brazil. we bring them from france. jean claude -- he's out of france. we go to africa. we go all over the world. >> ♪ lean back, lean back ♪ i said, my...don't dance ♪ just pull up our pants >> what makes this circus different from other circuses? >> what makes it different to me is that it's more interactive. you're not just sitting out there, looking at the show. you actually become a part of the show. we get kids in the audience dancing. that's one of my thrills. >> as one of the cohosts, zeke interacts with the audience throughout the s
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